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in the door, we represent whirl pool, maytag, amana corporate and global. you could say i don't want to come across the wrong way, but you could say we're laughing all the way to the bank. >> so is humor a sound business tool? let's turn to this week's hilarious board of directors. we have a columnist and the ceo of 12 gurus, an innovation consulting group and author of "effective gratitude for organizations and individuals" and you're a comedian which is what makes so you perfect for this discussion. thanks so much for joining us, guys. >> thank you. >> so when i was watching that, i am sort of petrified for those people. nothing sounds scarier to me than standing up in a front of group of people and trying to be funny. what if it's not funny? >> the audience is usually drunk. you're fine. >> at a comedy club. >> institute the two drink minimum and work will go much smoother. >> it isn't only about comedy. what they've done there is created a culture. and that's one of the most important things. their culture happens to be comedy. it doesn't have to be for you. i mean it was terrific what t
1967. benjamin net tis not confirming this. >>> amana knox is back in court. her former boyfriend was also convicted in the killing of meredith. >>> and it is 44 minutes after the hour. time to check in on the developing stories that we're watching for you right now. rahm emanuel is no longer the front-runner in chicago's mayoral race because an appeals court ruled moments ago that emanuel is not a chicago resident. the appeal's court overturned the lower court's ruling. security at airports and transportation hubs in moscow is being stepped up in the wake a bombing at the busiest airport in the city. 35 dead and 150 are injured. it ripped through the international arrival section of the airport. much more during the course of the day. >>> okay. i like these types of challenges. today's big eye, google is reinventing science fairs in the world's first online science competition. students age 13 to 18 from around the world are invited to enter and compete for scholarships and work opportunities. tom is the director of product. good to see you. >> thanks, ali, for having you on the
'm going to talk about american exceptional those amana weigel but i learned from my parents. here's the important thing about their experience. they came here to be americans. what do i mean? i have a whole chapter about assimilation. some people say it's not politically correct to impose american values on those who are coming here. that's nonsense. i mean excuse me if somebody chooses to come here i think it's okay to expect them to want to embrace american values. what makes america so great. [applause] what makes america so great is there are people here that can trace their lineage all the way back to plymouth rock. they can trace their lineage back people who've been in this country in such as of years and others hundreds of hours. we are not here because of the common ethnicity or a particular history. we are here because of a shared commitment to certain values and ideals and that is the genius of america. my parents didn't come to change it come to fight against it. they came to change the american dream to be citizens of the land of free and home of the brief and i think
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